Hypoxia tolerance: Naked mole-rats may provide secret to low oxygen survival

Researchers at the University of Ottawa have discovered how the naked mole-rat can save energy in hypoxia and survive in low oxygen conditions. The mechanism by which these wrinkled, nearly hairless African mammals tolerate hypoxia, offers clues to humans as to how nature has solved the problem of hypoxia tolerance.

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